Finn's Fury
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Finn's Fury


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""Ring of Fire" by Finn's Fury"

When you're looking for a different sort of Irish music, look no further than Finn's Fury. You have been warned - this isn't your typical "Danny Boy." Finn's Fury is a high energy, foot stompin' Celtic/Irish rock band. They play a variety of different tunes, ranging from ballads, jigs, reels, tribal, rock and even a touch of punk...and within all of that, they created their very own signature sound. - Celtic MP3s Music Magazine

"Finn's Fury Ring Out Through The Foggy Dew"

Cannon's Blackthorn, Rockville Centre, Aug.18, 2007

The low rumble of a tribal drum slowly builds to a crescendo...the haunting
cry of a far away bagpipe seduces your ears. You can almost feel the
dampness of the foggy hillside on your skin as the mournful melody
transports you back to a time of ancient Celtic ancestry. Suddenly
a thunderous wall of crunching guitar, thumping bass, drums like cannon fire,
assaults your senses & you realize...This ain't your Grandma's Irish music!
This is Finn's Fury.
East Coast Irish Rock with some serious attitude.
The traditional sound is still in's just been kicked
up a notch or three to put a twist in yer kilt, that's all.

Born out of a deep love of celtic music, Finn's Fury embraces the varied
styles of Irish & Scottish music with a bear hug & churns out a cross section
of power ballad to punk tune. From a Celtic infused Johnny Cash steamroller
to a blistering traditional inspired jig, all are played with equal conviction.
Boasting one fiddler who holds the Northeast Scottish Fiddle Championship
& another who recently won a Tony award on Broadway, a drummer,
singer/ bass player & guitarist who've appeared on MTV, television, radio &
stages all across the country, this band isn't at a loss for talent & ability.
Their love of performing is immediately evident. Their off the cuff jam
sessions, a joy to behold. Standing in the crowd, a pint glass raised in
your hand, as that thunderous wall of crunching guitars, thumping bass,
drums like cannon fire crash over you...No...
This definitely isn't your Grandma's Irish music.
- Nassau Herald


Finn's Fury - What About Ya? 2007
played regularly on:, Chicago, Ill.
The Craic, Exite FM, Alicante, Spain
WFUV, 90.7 FM, Fordham University, New York City



Take an award winning fiddle player, a bald, bearded, frequently bare-footed bass player/lead vocalist with an affinity for kilts, a well seasoned powerhouse drummer/percussionist, and a guitarist who excels in every genre, add a blend of Irish and Scottish traditional tunes, mix well with some blues, punk, as well as lyrical vocals to a hard rock wall of sound, stir in some infinite possibility and you get Finn's Fury: Urban Celtic Fusion Rock. What makes this band unique is it's improvising ability. Instrumental jams with a raw edge of unpredictability are a trademark. With well over a decade of experience in touring and concerts behind them, the members of Finn's Fury come from quite a diverse collection of backgrounds.
Fiddler/Bagpiper Calum Pasqua holds the Celtic Classic and New England Regional Scottish Fiddle Championship titles and bears the distinction of not only being the first American invited to compete in Scotland's prestigious Glenfiddich Scottish Fiddle Championship, but also the first American to win it! His most recent title was again won in Scotland and is that of “The Chieftain’s Fiddler", a title that hasn't been bestowed on an individual in over 150 years. He was presented with the trophy in the games arena of the Aboyne Highland Games by the Marquis of Huntly, himself.
Collectively, the members of Finn's Fury have graced the stages of the Waldorf Astoria, Celtic Festivals all over the country, television and radio. As a group, they bring an exciting and eclectic mix that generates an infectious, high energy to all their live performances